The RMI Ports Authority recently concluded an Energy and Carbon Foot Print Audit Processes & Staff Capacity Building re Energy Consumption, Green House Gas Emissions, and Cost Savings related to its Ports Facilities and Assets including the Amata Kabua Airport/ARFF Station, the Delap Dock and the Uliga Dock….Mr Bruce Rowse of 8020Green Company conducted the energy audit as commissioned by the Maritime Technology Cooperation Center (MTCC) Pacific, with support by the IMO (International Maritime Organization) and with funding from the EU.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) FOR THE PROCUREMENT AND DELIVERY OF RUNWAY SWEEPER EQUIPMENT AT AMATA KABUA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
The Republic of the Marshall Islands Ports Authority (RMIPA), a Public Corporation of the Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands (GRMI), hereby solicits proposals from qualified vendors to provide a proposal for the procurement and delivery of a Runway Sweeper Equipment for Amata Kabua International Airport (AKIA).
This procurement and delivery tasks will be performed and funded under the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airport Improvement Program (AIP) grants issued respectively to the GRMI. Further details of this RFP may be obtained by submitting written interests to the following contact, or via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading, “The Procurement and Delivery of Runway Sweeper Equipment for Amata Kabua International Airport”:
Attn: Joe Tiobech, Director RMI Ports Authority
Amata Kabua Blvd., Delap Dock P.O. Box 109 Majuro, MH 96960
Proposals must be submitted to the above contact no later than 5:00 pm Majuro, Marshall Islands, local time, Friday, June 15, 2018 in order to be considered. This Request for Proposals does not commit RMIPA to award a contract, to pay any costs incurred in the preparation of a proposal based on this request, or to procure or contract for services. RMIPA reserves the right to reject any and all Request For Proposals submitted for any reason, if in RMIPA’s sole opinion to do so would be in RMIPA’s best interest.
After some 15-20 years, but close to 3 in the making, the Republic of the Marshall Islands Ports Authority (RMIPA) is finally taking over the operations of our Ebeye Ports Commission (EPC) or also known as Kwajalein Atoll Ports Authority (KAPA). Big acknowledgement and credit goes to the good Lord Jesus Christ, first and foremost and then to the Kwajalein & Ebeye Traditional Leaders; Kwajalein Honorable Senators, Iroij Mike Kabua, Alvin T. Jacklick & David Paul; Hon. Mayor Hirata J. Kabua, his council members, City Manager Scott B. Paul; EPC/KAPA Board of Directors & Management (Ben J. Jacklick); RMIPA Board of Directors (current and previous) & Management (Capt. Joe Tiobech) and Carl S. Hacker from KADA and KADA Board of Directors. We would also want to acknowledge Minister of Transportation & Communication, Thomas Heine and Secretary, Phil Philippo.
The RMI Ministry of Finance is inviting interested individuals for the Project Manager to support the project preparation and implementation of the Marshall Islands Maritime Investment
Project (MIMIP). The Project Manager will be responsible for managing and coordinating all preparatory activities associated with the Project Preparation Advance for the MIMIP through Ministry of Finance. The detailed scope of services can be found in the attached Terms of Reference. Applications should include the following documents and be submitted before 5:00 pm Majuro Time, March 06, 2018. The email subject line should state: “MIMIP Project Manager Position full
name of the candidate.”
• Cover Letter
The submission must be addressed to:
Jennifer Tseng, Director of DIDA
And cc the following:
Joe Tiobech, Director of Port Authority
Republic of the Marshall Islands
The RMI Ports Authority is now soliciting bids for the construction of a rock revetment in Majuro lagoon along the northeastern coastline near Amata Kabua International Airport (AKIA).
This section of seabed north of the existing revetment has been dredged to accommodate the Runway Safety Area (RSA) upgrade and the new revetment will protect the existing shoreline from erosion in that area.
RMIPA has worked closely with RMI Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) to ensure that the construction of the RSA is in compliance with all environmental mitigation requirements and the Dredge Site Revetment Project is a big part of those efforts. RMIPA Director Jack Chong-Gum believes that the project will be essential to public safety and for reducing possible negative environmental impacts.
“We have all experienced the effects of flooding here recently and the new revetment that RMIPA is constructing will go a long way toward protecting us against those types of events,” Chong-Gum said. “Not only can we prevent erosion, but we will also safeguarding our assets like the road and water supply reservoirs near the airport.”
Qualified contactors interested in submitting a bid may download a PDF of the invitation for bids, including project details and submission requirements, By clicking Here